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Packaging for me is a necessary evil. We need it to protect the goods we buy whilst they are being shipped and stored and to keep multiple parts together. However most of the time, as soon as we have the product home the packaging goes straight in the bin. This not only adds to landfill but consumes excessive resources whilst it’s being produced.
Christmas can be a time of excess for many. With parties galore, the tendency to decorate excessively and the tradition of gift buying, it seems the environment often gets forgotten at this time of year. This blog lists some of the ways we can all be more environmentally friendly during the festive season.
I hate plastic bags! My green bags have a permanent home in my car boot, ready for the grocery shopping. I use my handbag or a back pack when possible instead of taking a plastic bag. I refuse the brown paper bags at the liquor store but when I buy new clothes or a gift I am at a bit of a loss. I don’t want the plastic bag but I also don’t want to stuff my new shirt into my handbag, next to my lunchbox.
Imagine an interactive brochure that doesn’t have to be online, can provide a huge amount of information in a manageable context, is environmentally friendly and has the ability to be fully customised. Jack in the box have such a product and we have been using it for a range of different applications to help our clients provide information that wouldn’t have been possible with traditional media.
Have you ever wanted to make a difference but didn’t know how? Have you ever wanted to be a part of something that created an impact bigger than yourself? How about a desire to install change that would have an ever lasting effect on today and everyday forward? Well you can...